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100 1  Rossiter, Clinton,|d1917-1970 
245 14 The Supreme Court and the Commander in Chief /|cby Clinton
       Rossiter 
250    Expanded ed. /|bwith an introductory note and additional 
       text by Richard P. Longaker 
264    Ithaca, N.Y. :|bCornell University Press,|c1976 
300    xxiii, 231 pages ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  I. The Supreme Court and the President's power of martial 
       rule : 1. The element of discretion: Martin v. Mott and 
       Luther v. Borden -- 2. Who can suspend the writ of habeas 
       corpus? Ex parte Merryman -- 3. The great exception: ex 
       parte Milligan -- 4. Martial rule in World War II: the 
       case of the Japanese-Americans -- 5. Martial law in 
       Honolulu and military seizure in Chicago -- II. The 
       Supreme Court and other aspects of the war powers : 6. The
       president's power to wage defensive war -- 7. The Supreme 
       Court's lack of power to declare peace -- 8. Judicial 
       review of the war powers of Congress -- 9. The president's
       authority over courts-martial and military commissions -- 
       10. The president's authority over conquered territory -- 
       11. Conclusion -- III. The Constitution and the commander 
       in chief after 1950 : 12. Presidential power and 
       commitments abroad: the dispatch of troops; presidential 
       authority and executive agreements -- 13. Presidential 
       power and the domestication of national security: the 
       impoundment of funds; national security surveillance; 
       governmental secrecy and the withholding of information --
       14. The use of troops during domestic disturbances -- 15. 
       Conclusion 
650  0 War and emergency powers|zUnited States 
700 1  Longaker, Richard P 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aRossiter, Clinton, 1917-1970.|tSupreme 
       Court and the Commander in Chief.|bExpanded ed.|dIthaca, 
       N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1976|w(OCoLC)761261417 
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